Thom Andersen opens another chapter in his ongoing investigation of architectural landscapes, their filmic representation, and their relation to history.
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Leslie Squyres, Archivist, and Denise Gose, Head of Publications, of the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona celebrate the publication of W. [...]
Sign Painters is the first anecdotal history of the hand-lettering and -painting of billboards, storefronts, and promotional signs. The documentary tells the narrative of a [...]
Screen Projects transform the face of the Jones Center building at night into a video projection, invigorating the core of downtown Austin with public art. [...]
AMOA-Arthouse joins Austin-based small press A Strange Object to co-present Tesseract. Featuring four programming blocks, Tesseract combines literary, musical, cinematic, and interactive segments for a [...]
This summer at the Jones Center, AMOA-Arthouse rolls out a special June Story Series, designed to engage children each Sunday afternoon with the exhibitions in [...]
AMOA-Arthouse presents three projects at the Jones Center. In the First Floor Gallery features Please, new work by conceptual artist Devon Dikeou. In the Film [...]
Life Architecturally follows husband and wife team, architect Robert McBride and interior designer Debbie Ryan, to discover what inspires their architectural concepts and designs. This [...]
Küçük Sinemalar formed as an informal group of film and video artists in İstanbul in 2008 to share and encourage non-traditional moving image works. The [...]
The film follows architect Robert McBride and interior designer Debbie Ryan to discover what inspires their groundbreaking architectural concepts and designs. Tickets $10, FREE for [...]
Danish filmmaker Kaspar Astrup Schröder examines the way that the subculture of parkour interacts with architecture, honing in on urban mobility and the people that [...]
Inspired by the chaos of everyday life, objects ranging from hard hats and fluorescent light tubes to oil barrels and bicycle wheels are tossed across [...]
Prolific Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak will arrange one hundred pillowy sculptures to create a bright, shimmering field of reds, oranges, and yellows in the Second [...]
Pakistani-born, Brooklyn-based artist Seher Shah layers historical references, utopian monuments, ultramodern landscapes, and reductive forms influenced by her background in architecture, at times calling to [...]
Kicking off the spring film series, this documentary looks at visionary Japanese architect Tadao Ando on the tenth anniversary of his ambitious design for The [...]
This annual exhibition is a selection of work submitted by participants in Young Artists 2012, a studio-based outreach program organized by AMOA-Arthouse education staff for [...]
Two street cleaners with brooms sweeping lines of debris in order to simulate moving clock hands.
The video, made from thousands of photographs, acts as a time-lapse of the formation of the sheet of icicles on an opening in an abandoned [...]
Les Blank’s glorious, intense insider’s portrait of New Orleans’ street celebrations and unique cultural gumbo: Second-line parades, Mardi Gras Indians, Jazz Fest. Features live music [...]
For his first solo museum exhibition, Coolquitt will recombine 60 discrete sculptures and tableaux made between 2006 and 2011 into a site-specific installation. A illustrated [...]
Seven “Soundsuits,” (wearable assemblages of found materials); two video pieces; and one wall sculpture by Chicago’s celebrated visual and performance artist.
In the animated composition of almost 3,000 photographs Chishty took over a period of three-to-four weeks, the artist merges technology with craft, her personal identities [...]
A comical examination of the common experience of riding an elevator with a stranger in silence, using the music to fill in any anxieties experienced [...]
Highlights the visual art projects of ten talented high school students paired alongside artwork by their artist-mentors, professional artists and MFA candidates who worked one-on-one [...]
Cross-disciplinary work from a time of feverish technological evolution by Jim Campbell, Susie J. Lee, Jonathan Marshall, Kurt Mueller, Nam June Paik, Paul Pfeiffer, Jason [...]
AMOA-Arthouse’s visiting lecture series brings in Irene Hofmann, the Phillips Director and Chief Curator of Site Santa Fe.
Directed by Murray Grigor, Infinite Space traces the lifelong quest of visionary genius John Lautner to create “architecture that has no beginning and no end.” [...]
A present-day, post-apocalyptic, science-fiction film featuring a band of armed female revolutionaries.
Julia Oschatz’s video Odds and Ends: Venus explores the odyssey undertaken by a lone figure in the process of an infinite, Sisyphean journey.
Will Henry, Jamal Cyrus, and Jeff Williams duke it out for the $30,000 AMOA-Arthouse Texas Prize.
Directed by Alysa Nahmias and Benjamin Murray, Unfinished Spaces follows three young, visionary architects commissioned by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara to create Cuba’s National [...]
Arthouse’s free Saturday morning art program for high school students celebrates its 2011 participants.